The Ladies and Emily based on "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner. Has MLA format and documentation.
William Faulkner uses the same setting in many of his stories. Because his great-grandfather had been "the prototype of the Southern gentleman" (William 3), Faulkner typically writes about the Old South. In "A Rose for Emily," Faulkner writes about the period following Reconstruction and the attitudes that people had toward each other. The attitudes of the ladies are especially true-to-life. The ladies of the town are the antagonists in the story because they are meddlesome and jealous of Emily.
The women are constantly nosing in Emily's business. After her father dies, Emily stops go…
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